Guest Post: Aliens, Birds & Things

Thanks to Bite-sized travel for hosting my non-movie related content this week!

Bite-sized Travel

Friends, you are in for a treat today. Film blogger extraordinaire and long-time bestie Janet of Popcorn Dinner took a trip to Nova Scotia’s South Shore to settle one of our province’s most mysterious mysteries: whether UFOs visited in 1967.

This summer, I enlisted my Mom to make a pilgrimage to Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia. Located on the very tip of the province’s South Shore, Shag Harbour was the site of a certified UFO incident on October 4, 1967 and the subject of considerable interest for locals and sci-fi aficionados alike. She was keen to come to do some birding as that part of the province is prime for migratory shorebird sightings you may not see anywhere else. So we headed off in search of flying objects, of both the unidentified and identifiable varieties.

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Home Run Hits: Favourite Baseball Films

For all you faithful readers, you know from some of my posts that I enjoy the sports. My sports interests are as varied and diverse as my movie interests – I follow professional football (NFL) most closely, but as indicated in a previous post, I also enjoy the Olympics, and eventually I get into the NCAA basketball coverage as well. This summer, I got to go to my first live MLB baseball game. It was at Rogers Centre in Toronto where my sister and I watched the Blue Jays defeat the Athletics 10-4 and we had a blast! Continue reading

London Calling

To my faithful fans (all two of you): so sorry for my unintentional hiatus from posting of late. Sadly I haven’t had a lot of time for blogging. Real life things like work and the new fall TV schedule (ok, so not exactly “real life”) have been distracting me. I have several unfinished posts, but just not as much uninterrupted, quality writing time as I would like to polish them. Perhaps procrastination plays a role, but I’m unable to confirm or deny such rumours… Continue reading